The price of dollar in Peru todayWednesday, July 6, 2022, is listed on the parallel, street or street market at S/ 3,820 for purchase and S/ 3,860 for sale, according to the portal cualestaeldolar.pe.
Likewise, the North American currency closed yesterday’s day, Tuesday, July 5, 2022, higher with S / 3.8600. In this way, it advanced 0.81% in relation to the close of Monday when it reached S / 3.8290, as reported by the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (PCRP).
For its part, the Lima Stock Exchange closed yesterday’s session in negative territory. In total, he recorded 12 indexes down, 2 up and zero unchanged. The S&P/BVL Peru General index fell -0.87% to 18,292.04 points. On the other hand, the S&P/BVL Peru Selective index lost -1.57% and stood at 478.23 units.
On the other hand, the workers of the public sector and the Executive reached an agreement on June 30, through which the state servants will obtain an increase in their remuneration and a bonus of S/ 550. In this way, around 565,000 workers will benefit from this agreement, which would have a fiscal cost of S/ 830 million. In addition, the State will provide S/ 514 million every year to carry out this permanent agreement.
As for the members of the fund of the Private Pension System (SPP)this week—from July 4 to 8—users with the numbers 2,1 and 0 or another character at the end of their Identity Document will be able to request their AFP funds, according to the official schedule approved by the Association of AFPs. This Wednesday, July 6, affiliates with the Number 1 on your ID.